Modules for course B731 | BN/NURSC
BN Bachelor of Nursing (Child)

This is a provisional list of modules to be offered on this course in the 2018–19 academic year.

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Year 1 Modules

Compulsory Modules

Semester 1

  • NAC-1201: Healthcare 1 (40) or
    NAC-1202: Healthcare 1 (Nursing) (B) (40)
  • NCA-1201: Introduction to CYP Nursing (40)
    • The importance of taking culture into account when caring for CYP across all settings. • CYP and their families’ response to illness and how these are determined. • The major landmarks and influences in the development of CYP nursing e.g. National and International policy ,catastrophic events involving CYP that have influenced health service reforms for CYP and families. • Theoretical and conceptual models for CYP nursing e.g. Family Centred Care • Historical overview of childhood and children’s rights • Introduction to medicine management and numeracy for CYP nurse • Nursing interventions as an introduction to effective nursing care for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters • An introduction to the care of CYP with common medical and surgical needs. • Understand and recognise the common physical and mental health problems of adults and older people • Normal biopsychosocial development of the CYP and the importance of this as a baseline for accurate assessment of the CYP‘s health status • Assess, plan, implement and evaluate appropriate interventions to meet the health needs of the CYP and their family. • Introduction to importance of play to the hospitalised child
    or
    NCA-1202: Intro to CYP Nursing (B) (40)
    • The importance of taking culture into account when caring for CYP across all settings. • CYP and their families’ response to illness and how these are determined. • The major landmarks and influences in the development of CYP nursing e.g. National and International policy ,catastrophic events involving CYP that have influenced health service reforms for CYP and families. • Theoretical and conceptual models for CYP nursing e.g. Family Centred Care • Historical overview of childhood and children’s rights • Introduction to medicine management and numeracy for CYP nurse • Nursing interventions as an introduction to effective nursing care for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters • An introduction to the care of CYP with common medical and surgical needs. • Understand and recognise the common physical and mental health problems of adults and older people • Normal biopsychosocial development of the CYP and the importance of this as a baseline for accurate assessment of the CYP‘s health status • Assess, plan, implement and evaluate appropriate interventions to meet the health needs of the CYP and their family. • Introduction to importance of play to the hospitalised child
  • NAC-1203: Human Sciences I (40) or
    NAC-1204: Human Sciences 1: Nursing(B)/ (40)

Semester 2

  • NAC-1201: Healthcare 1 or
    NAC-1202: Healthcare 1 (Nursing) (B)
  • NCA-1201: Introduction to CYP Nursing
    • The importance of taking culture into account when caring for CYP across all settings. • CYP and their families’ response to illness and how these are determined. • The major landmarks and influences in the development of CYP nursing e.g. National and International policy ,catastrophic events involving CYP that have influenced health service reforms for CYP and families. • Theoretical and conceptual models for CYP nursing e.g. Family Centred Care • Historical overview of childhood and children’s rights • Introduction to medicine management and numeracy for CYP nurse • Nursing interventions as an introduction to effective nursing care for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters • An introduction to the care of CYP with common medical and surgical needs. • Understand and recognise the common physical and mental health problems of adults and older people • Normal biopsychosocial development of the CYP and the importance of this as a baseline for accurate assessment of the CYP‘s health status • Assess, plan, implement and evaluate appropriate interventions to meet the health needs of the CYP and their family. • Introduction to importance of play to the hospitalised child
    or
    NCA-1202: Intro to CYP Nursing (B)
    • The importance of taking culture into account when caring for CYP across all settings. • CYP and their families’ response to illness and how these are determined. • The major landmarks and influences in the development of CYP nursing e.g. National and International policy ,catastrophic events involving CYP that have influenced health service reforms for CYP and families. • Theoretical and conceptual models for CYP nursing e.g. Family Centred Care • Historical overview of childhood and children’s rights • Introduction to medicine management and numeracy for CYP nurse • Nursing interventions as an introduction to effective nursing care for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters • An introduction to the care of CYP with common medical and surgical needs. • Understand and recognise the common physical and mental health problems of adults and older people • Normal biopsychosocial development of the CYP and the importance of this as a baseline for accurate assessment of the CYP‘s health status • Assess, plan, implement and evaluate appropriate interventions to meet the health needs of the CYP and their family. • Introduction to importance of play to the hospitalised child
  • NAC-1203: Human Sciences I or
    NAC-1204: Human Sciences 1: Nursing(B)/

Year 2 Modules

Compulsory Modules

Semester 1

  • NAC-2201: Healthcare 2 (20)
    • Theories of reflection • Models of reflection • Critical incident analysis • Benner’s novice to expert • Carper’s ways of knowing • Reflexivity • Evidence base for the use of reflection as a means of knowledge development. • Sources of knowledge and evidence • Hierarchy of evidence • Evidence informed practice. • Searching and identifying existing knowledge. • Problem solving approaches and decision making • Critical appraisal skills • Qualitative and quantitative methodologies • PDSA cycle • Data collection methods • Research ethics • Rigour, validity and reliability • Data analysis for quantitative and qualitative methods • Accountability, exercising accountability, professional autonomy and authority • Duty and standard of care • Consent and Incapacitated Consent • Advocacy and best interest decision making. • The right to refuse treatment • Patient confidentiality and data protection • Record keeping • Clinical governance and safety and improvement policy • Manual handling • CPR/BLS • Infection control • Breakaway/de-escalation • Objective assessment/measurement of vital signs • Health & Safety
    or
    NAC-2202: Healthcare 2 (B) (20)
    • Theories of reflection • Models of reflection • Critical incident analysis • Benner’s novice to expert • Carper’s ways of knowing • Reflexivity • Evidence base for the use of reflection as a means of knowledge development. • Sources of knowledge and evidence • Hierarchy of evidence • Evidence informed practice. • Searching and identifying existing knowledge. • Problem solving approaches and decision making • Critical appraisal skills • Qualitative and quantitative methodologies • PDSA cycle • Data collection methods • Research ethics • Rigour, validity and reliability • Data analysis for quantitative and qualitative methods • Accountability, exercising accountability, professional autonomy and authority • Duty and standard of care • Consent and Incapacitated Consent • Advocacy and best interest decision making. • The right to refuse treatment • Patient confidentiality and data protection • Record keeping • Clinical governance and safety and improvement policy • Manual handling • CPR/BLS • Infection control • Breakaway/de-escalation • Objective assessment/measurement of vital signs • Health & Safety
  • NCA-2201: The Developing CYP (40)
    • The influence of culture when caring for children across all settings with particular focus upon the influence of culture upon the developing CYP. • Factors which influence normal development. e.g. maternal and perinatal influences, the importance of play. • Recognise deviations from normal development, • Professional and legal issues related to safeguarding children • Frameworks tools and National policies used in nursing interventions to provide effective nursing care for CYP and their families in relation to safeguarding children and the promotion and monitoring of normal healthy child development. • The role of the CYP nurse in monitoring and promoting health • Nursing interventions/skills that result in effective care, support and promotion of healthy lifestyles for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters. e.g. nutrition, prevention of sexually acquired infections • The role of the multi disciplinary team in supporting the CYP and their family across all settings. • The effects of nature and nurture on the development of the CYP and the relevance of this knowledge for public health • Theories and models of health promotion and health education • National, International and global public health campaigns affecting CYP and families. • Promotion of sexual health and related issues • Importance of record keeping in relation to safeguarding issues
    or
    NCA-2202: The developing CYP (B) (40)
    • The influence of culture when caring for children across all settings with particular focus upon the influence of culture upon the developing CYP. • Factors which influence normal development. e.g. maternal and perinatal influences, the importance of play. • Recognise deviations from normal development, • Professional and legal issues related to safeguarding children • Frameworks tools and National policies used in nursing interventions to provide effective nursing care for CYP and their families in relation to safeguarding children and the promotion and monitoring of normal healthy child development. • The role of the CYP nurse in monitoring and promoting health • Nursing interventions/skills that result in effective care, support and promotion of healthy lifestyles for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters. e.g. nutrition, prevention of sexually acquired infections • The role of the multi disciplinary team in supporting the CYP and their family across all settings. • The effects of nature and nurture on the development of the CYP and the relevance of this knowledge for public health • Theories and models of health promotion and health education • National, International and global public health campaigns affecting CYP and families. • Promotion of sexual health and related issues • Importance of record keeping in relation to safeguarding issues
  • NAC-2203: Human Sciences 2 (20)
    Caring for individual needs across the lifespan - individual and group differences - vulnerability and abuse - models of health and disease Psychology of Health Social influences of Health Psycho-social determinants of health Anatomy & Physiology Related patho-physiology across the lifespan Sociological theories
    or
    NAC-2204: Human Sciences 2 (b) (20)
    Caring for individual needs across the lifespan - individual and group differences - vulnerability and abuse - models of health and disease Psychology of Health Social influences of Health Psycho-social determinants of health Anatomy & Physiology Related patho-physiology across the lifespan Sociological theories
  • NCA-2203: CYP with a long term condition (40)
    • The influence of culture when caring for children across all settings with particular focus upon the influence of culture upon the developing CYP. • Factors which influence normal development. e.g. maternal and perinatal influences, the importance of play. • Recognise deviations from normal development, • Professional and legal issues related to safeguarding children • Frameworks tools and National policies used in nursing interventions to provide effective nursing care for CYP and their families in relation to safeguarding children and the promotion and monitoring of normal healthy child development. • The role of the CYP nurse in monitoring and promoting health • Nursing interventions/skills that result in effective care, support and promotion of healthy lifestyles for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters. e.g. nutrition, prevention of sexually acquired infections • The role of the multi disciplinary team in supporting the CYP and their family across all settings. • The effects of nature and nurture on the development of the CYP and the relevance of this knowledge for public health • Theories and models of health promotion and health education • National, International and global public health campaigns affecting CYP and families. • Promotion of sexual health and related issues • Importance of record keeping in relation to safeguarding issues
    or
    NCA-2204: CYP w a Long Term Cond (B) (40)
    • Family Centred Care, negotiation and decision making with CYP and their families • Management and support of CYP with long term life limiting complex healthcare conditions • Transition to adult care- policy and practice. • The conceptual models of disability and their influences on the healthcare of CYP with long-term complex healthcare needs. • Nursing interventions/skills that result in effective care and support and promotion of healthy lifestyles for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters. e.g. Nutrition , gastrostomy care, tracheostomy care, catheterisation, bowel care, changing position and seating CYP who have complex healthcare needs, skin assessment and care. • Children’s palliative/ respite and bereavement care • Chronic sorrow • Pharmacological knowledge for medicine management and numeracy for CYP nurses. • Introduction to neonatal nursing. • The essential physical needs of the pregnant or post natal teenager • An introduction to the care required by children and young people with emotional and /or mental health issues. • Evaluating the research evidence underpinning CYP nursing practice.

Semester 2

  • NAC-2201: Healthcare 2
    • Theories of reflection • Models of reflection • Critical incident analysis • Benner’s novice to expert • Carper’s ways of knowing • Reflexivity • Evidence base for the use of reflection as a means of knowledge development. • Sources of knowledge and evidence • Hierarchy of evidence • Evidence informed practice. • Searching and identifying existing knowledge. • Problem solving approaches and decision making • Critical appraisal skills • Qualitative and quantitative methodologies • PDSA cycle • Data collection methods • Research ethics • Rigour, validity and reliability • Data analysis for quantitative and qualitative methods • Accountability, exercising accountability, professional autonomy and authority • Duty and standard of care • Consent and Incapacitated Consent • Advocacy and best interest decision making. • The right to refuse treatment • Patient confidentiality and data protection • Record keeping • Clinical governance and safety and improvement policy • Manual handling • CPR/BLS • Infection control • Breakaway/de-escalation • Objective assessment/measurement of vital signs • Health & Safety
    or
    NAC-2202: Healthcare 2 (B)
    • Theories of reflection • Models of reflection • Critical incident analysis • Benner’s novice to expert • Carper’s ways of knowing • Reflexivity • Evidence base for the use of reflection as a means of knowledge development. • Sources of knowledge and evidence • Hierarchy of evidence • Evidence informed practice. • Searching and identifying existing knowledge. • Problem solving approaches and decision making • Critical appraisal skills • Qualitative and quantitative methodologies • PDSA cycle • Data collection methods • Research ethics • Rigour, validity and reliability • Data analysis for quantitative and qualitative methods • Accountability, exercising accountability, professional autonomy and authority • Duty and standard of care • Consent and Incapacitated Consent • Advocacy and best interest decision making. • The right to refuse treatment • Patient confidentiality and data protection • Record keeping • Clinical governance and safety and improvement policy • Manual handling • CPR/BLS • Infection control • Breakaway/de-escalation • Objective assessment/measurement of vital signs • Health & Safety
  • NCA-2201: The Developing CYP
    • The influence of culture when caring for children across all settings with particular focus upon the influence of culture upon the developing CYP. • Factors which influence normal development. e.g. maternal and perinatal influences, the importance of play. • Recognise deviations from normal development, • Professional and legal issues related to safeguarding children • Frameworks tools and National policies used in nursing interventions to provide effective nursing care for CYP and their families in relation to safeguarding children and the promotion and monitoring of normal healthy child development. • The role of the CYP nurse in monitoring and promoting health • Nursing interventions/skills that result in effective care, support and promotion of healthy lifestyles for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters. e.g. nutrition, prevention of sexually acquired infections • The role of the multi disciplinary team in supporting the CYP and their family across all settings. • The effects of nature and nurture on the development of the CYP and the relevance of this knowledge for public health • Theories and models of health promotion and health education • National, International and global public health campaigns affecting CYP and families. • Promotion of sexual health and related issues • Importance of record keeping in relation to safeguarding issues
    or
    NCA-2202: The developing CYP (B)
    • The influence of culture when caring for children across all settings with particular focus upon the influence of culture upon the developing CYP. • Factors which influence normal development. e.g. maternal and perinatal influences, the importance of play. • Recognise deviations from normal development, • Professional and legal issues related to safeguarding children • Frameworks tools and National policies used in nursing interventions to provide effective nursing care for CYP and their families in relation to safeguarding children and the promotion and monitoring of normal healthy child development. • The role of the CYP nurse in monitoring and promoting health • Nursing interventions/skills that result in effective care, support and promotion of healthy lifestyles for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters. e.g. nutrition, prevention of sexually acquired infections • The role of the multi disciplinary team in supporting the CYP and their family across all settings. • The effects of nature and nurture on the development of the CYP and the relevance of this knowledge for public health • Theories and models of health promotion and health education • National, International and global public health campaigns affecting CYP and families. • Promotion of sexual health and related issues • Importance of record keeping in relation to safeguarding issues
  • NAC-2203: Human Sciences 2
    Caring for individual needs across the lifespan - individual and group differences - vulnerability and abuse - models of health and disease Psychology of Health Social influences of Health Psycho-social determinants of health Anatomy & Physiology Related patho-physiology across the lifespan Sociological theories
    or
    NAC-2204: Human Sciences 2 (b)
    Caring for individual needs across the lifespan - individual and group differences - vulnerability and abuse - models of health and disease Psychology of Health Social influences of Health Psycho-social determinants of health Anatomy & Physiology Related patho-physiology across the lifespan Sociological theories
  • NCA-2203: CYP with a long term condition
    • The influence of culture when caring for children across all settings with particular focus upon the influence of culture upon the developing CYP. • Factors which influence normal development. e.g. maternal and perinatal influences, the importance of play. • Recognise deviations from normal development, • Professional and legal issues related to safeguarding children • Frameworks tools and National policies used in nursing interventions to provide effective nursing care for CYP and their families in relation to safeguarding children and the promotion and monitoring of normal healthy child development. • The role of the CYP nurse in monitoring and promoting health • Nursing interventions/skills that result in effective care, support and promotion of healthy lifestyles for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters. e.g. nutrition, prevention of sexually acquired infections • The role of the multi disciplinary team in supporting the CYP and their family across all settings. • The effects of nature and nurture on the development of the CYP and the relevance of this knowledge for public health • Theories and models of health promotion and health education • National, International and global public health campaigns affecting CYP and families. • Promotion of sexual health and related issues • Importance of record keeping in relation to safeguarding issues
    or
    NCA-2204: CYP w a Long Term Cond (B)
    • Family Centred Care, negotiation and decision making with CYP and their families • Management and support of CYP with long term life limiting complex healthcare conditions • Transition to adult care- policy and practice. • The conceptual models of disability and their influences on the healthcare of CYP with long-term complex healthcare needs. • Nursing interventions/skills that result in effective care and support and promotion of healthy lifestyles for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters. e.g. Nutrition , gastrostomy care, tracheostomy care, catheterisation, bowel care, changing position and seating CYP who have complex healthcare needs, skin assessment and care. • Children’s palliative/ respite and bereavement care • Chronic sorrow • Pharmacological knowledge for medicine management and numeracy for CYP nurses. • Introduction to neonatal nursing. • The essential physical needs of the pregnant or post natal teenager • An introduction to the care required by children and young people with emotional and /or mental health issues. • Evaluating the research evidence underpinning CYP nursing practice.

Year 3 Modules

Compulsory Modules

Semester 1

  • NAC-3201: Preparation for Practice (20)
    • Leadership in healthcare. • Management theory • Change management theory • NICE Guidance • Risk management • Clinical governance • National Quality Improvement Standards • Delegation • Professional standards for registration • Advanced literature searching and extraction. • Critical appraisal skills • Educational/learning theories • Teaching/learning styles • PREP/CPD • Theory/process clinical supervision • Models of supervision
    or
    NAC-3202: Preparation for Practice (20)
    • Leadership in healthcare. • Management theory • Change management theory • NICE Guidance • Risk management • Clinical governance • National Quality Improvement Standards • Delegation • Professional standards for registration • Advanced literature searching and extraction. • Critical appraisal skills • Educational/learning theories • Teaching/learning styles • PREP/CPD • Theory/process clinical supervision • Models of supervision
  • NCA-3201: The Acutely Ill Child (30)
    • Children and their families responses during an episode of acute illness in the child and young person • The influence of current government policies impacting on the quality of healthcare provision for CYP • Effectiveness of health promotion/ education for CYP. • Pharmacological knowledge for medicine management and numeracy in preparation for registration as a CYP nurse. • Care of the acutely ill child e.g. respiratory disorders, childhood cancers, and cardiac disorders incorporating • Palliative and End of Life care for CYP utilising national policy and guidance • Emotional and physical care and skills required by the CYP and their family at the end of life • Care of the child with cancer • Observation and assessment skills for the safe care of the acutely ill CYP E.g. invasive and non – invasive monitoring of vital signs
  • NCA-3203: Developing CYP Nurse (30)
    • Family Centred Care, negotiation and decision making with CYP and their families • Management and support of CYP with long term life limiting complex healthcare conditions • Transition to adult care- policy and practice. • The conceptual models of disability and their influences on the healthcare of CYP with long-term complex healthcare needs. • Nursing interventions/skills that result in effective care and support and promotion of healthy lifestyles for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters. e.g. Nutrition , gastrostomy care, tracheostomy care, catheterisation, bowel care, changing position and seating CYP who have complex healthcare needs, skin assessment and care. • Children’s palliative/ respite and bereavement care • Chronic sorrow • Pharmacological knowledge for medicine management and numeracy for CYP nurses. • Introduction to neonatal nursing. • The essential physical needs of the pregnant or post natal teenager • An introduction to the care required by children and young people with emotional and /or mental health issues. • Evaluating the research evidence underpinning CYP nursing practice.
  • NCA-3205: Evaluating Practice (C/N) (40)
    • Critiquing and reviewing evidence in your field of practice. • Writing skills for extended essays • National safety and quality policies/legislation in your field of practice. • Legislation relevant to field of study • Risk assessment and management in your field of practice. • Audit, PDSA, patient stories in your field of practice. • National Service Frameworks relevant to your field of practice. • NICE Guidelines relevant to your field of practice. • Multi-disciplinary team working in your field of practice.
    or
    NCA-3206: Evaluating Practice (Child)(B) (40)
    • Critiquing and reviewing evidence in your field of practice. • Writing skills for extended essays • National safety and quality policies/legislation in your field of practice. • Legislation relevant to field of study • Risk assessment and management in your field of practice. • Audit, PDSA, patient stories in your field of practice. • National Service Frameworks relevant to your field of practice. • NICE Guidelines relevant to your field of practice. • Multi-disciplinary team working in your field of practice.

Semester 2

  • NAC-3201: Preparation for Practice
    • Leadership in healthcare. • Management theory • Change management theory • NICE Guidance • Risk management • Clinical governance • National Quality Improvement Standards • Delegation • Professional standards for registration • Advanced literature searching and extraction. • Critical appraisal skills • Educational/learning theories • Teaching/learning styles • PREP/CPD • Theory/process clinical supervision • Models of supervision
    or
    NAC-3202: Preparation for Practice
    • Leadership in healthcare. • Management theory • Change management theory • NICE Guidance • Risk management • Clinical governance • National Quality Improvement Standards • Delegation • Professional standards for registration • Advanced literature searching and extraction. • Critical appraisal skills • Educational/learning theories • Teaching/learning styles • PREP/CPD • Theory/process clinical supervision • Models of supervision
  • NCA-3201: The Acutely Ill Child
    • Children and their families responses during an episode of acute illness in the child and young person • The influence of current government policies impacting on the quality of healthcare provision for CYP • Effectiveness of health promotion/ education for CYP. • Pharmacological knowledge for medicine management and numeracy in preparation for registration as a CYP nurse. • Care of the acutely ill child e.g. respiratory disorders, childhood cancers, and cardiac disorders incorporating • Palliative and End of Life care for CYP utilising national policy and guidance • Emotional and physical care and skills required by the CYP and their family at the end of life • Care of the child with cancer • Observation and assessment skills for the safe care of the acutely ill CYP E.g. invasive and non – invasive monitoring of vital signs
  • NCA-3203: Developing CYP Nurse
    • Family Centred Care, negotiation and decision making with CYP and their families • Management and support of CYP with long term life limiting complex healthcare conditions • Transition to adult care- policy and practice. • The conceptual models of disability and their influences on the healthcare of CYP with long-term complex healthcare needs. • Nursing interventions/skills that result in effective care and support and promotion of healthy lifestyles for CYP and their families. This will include skills based teaching and learning centred on the NMC (2010) five essential skill clusters. e.g. Nutrition , gastrostomy care, tracheostomy care, catheterisation, bowel care, changing position and seating CYP who have complex healthcare needs, skin assessment and care. • Children’s palliative/ respite and bereavement care • Chronic sorrow • Pharmacological knowledge for medicine management and numeracy for CYP nurses. • Introduction to neonatal nursing. • The essential physical needs of the pregnant or post natal teenager • An introduction to the care required by children and young people with emotional and /or mental health issues. • Evaluating the research evidence underpinning CYP nursing practice.
  • NCA-3205: Evaluating Practice (C/N)
    • Critiquing and reviewing evidence in your field of practice. • Writing skills for extended essays • National safety and quality policies/legislation in your field of practice. • Legislation relevant to field of study • Risk assessment and management in your field of practice. • Audit, PDSA, patient stories in your field of practice. • National Service Frameworks relevant to your field of practice. • NICE Guidelines relevant to your field of practice. • Multi-disciplinary team working in your field of practice.
    or
    NCA-3206: Evaluating Practice (Child)(B)
    • Critiquing and reviewing evidence in your field of practice. • Writing skills for extended essays • National safety and quality policies/legislation in your field of practice. • Legislation relevant to field of study • Risk assessment and management in your field of practice. • Audit, PDSA, patient stories in your field of practice. • National Service Frameworks relevant to your field of practice. • NICE Guidelines relevant to your field of practice. • Multi-disciplinary team working in your field of practice.